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International History Workshop Fall 2021

Dear Colleagues,

We are excited to welcome you back after the summer break and to announce the Fall schedule of the International History Workshop. With two exceptions, we will meet on Wednesdays from 12:00 PM – 1:15 PM on Zoom as required by Columbia University’s policy on events with non-CU affiliates.

We will send an email with a reminder about each workshop. If you would like to participate, email us so you can receive the Zoom link and the paper. 

Our first meeting will be with Professor Oscar Sanchez-Sibony (HKU) on Wednesday, September 15th, from 9:00 AM – 10:15 AMPlease find the Fall semester schedule below.

We look forward to seeing you at the workshop! With all best wishes,

Jay Pan, Karolina Partyga, Janna Aladdin, and Seokju Oh

Date
Time
Name
Title
15 Sept (Wed)
9:00 AM
Oscar Sanchez Sibony (HKU)
Present at Creation:The Soviet Union at the End of Bretton Woods
22 Sept (Wed)
Noon
Youssef Ben Ismail (Columbia SOF)
Imperialism and Legal Belonging in Colonial North Africa: Tunisian Subjects between French Protection and Ottoman Nationality (1881–1914)
29 Sept (Wed)
Noon
Mikael Wolfe (Stanford)
Engineering Meteorology in Mexico, 1876-1910
6 Oct (Wed)
Noon
Sebastian Conrad (FU Berlin)
TBC
15 Oct (Fri)
Noon
Katy Hull (Amsterdam)
20 Oct (Wed)
Noon
Omnia El Shakry (UC Davis)
TBC
27 Oct (Wed)
Noon
Casey Lurtz (John Hopkins)
A Failed Statistics: Understanding Incommensurability in Turn of the Century Rural Mexico
3 Nov (Wed)
Noon
Kate Epstein (Rutgers)
The Political Economy of Secrecy: Intellectual Property, Defense Contracting, and the Anglo-American Hegemonic Transition
10 Nov (Wed)
Noon
Benjamin Coates (Wake Forest)
The American Sanctioning State and the Case of Rhodesia
17 Nov (Wed)
Noon
Nora Barakat (Stanford)
TBC
1 Dec (Wed)
Noon
Eden Medina (MIT)
TBC
8 Dec (Wed)
Noon
Matthew Specter (UC Berkeley)

Thanks to our sponsors:
The Center for International History and The Department of History.